Champions League preview: Can Liverpool, PSG or Tottenham fight back? | ESPN FC

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ESPN FC’s Steve Nicol, Alejandro Moreno, Don Hutchison and Gab Marcotti break down this week’s UEFA Champions League round of 16 matches, with four spots in the quarterfinals set to be booked. The guys discuss how playing behind closed doors will affect the players in PSG vs. Borussia Dortmund and Valencia vs. Atalanta. Nicol explains why he is starting to worry about Liverpool, which trails Atletico Madrid 1-0 after the first leg, and Hutchison outlines the grim outlook for Tottenham as Jose Mourinho’s side visits RB Leipzig.

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23 COMMENTS

  1. I don't care how many titles he won for Liverpool, I hate when he opens his mouth to talk about Liverpool, one of the worst pundits right now.

  2. Surely Stevie knows better than to write off Liverpool in a Champions League tie, he did it last season against Barcelona and he was proven to be tottaly wrong and the team they had available that day was a lot more depleted than what they'll have against Atletico Madrid who also happens to be a worse off team than Barcelona …

  3. Let's be frank here, without any kind of bias, Liverpool can't go through, one mistake from Adrian enough to end up everything, Simeone not gonna let this chance slip.

  4. My predictions are on my channel u dont have to watch them I’m not begging u to but if u want to see my predictions u know where to find them plz no hate I’m not begging u to watch them like everyone else

  5. So much for a loyal fan, How can you on a public platform say that your beloved team will be eliminated. The undermining of Adrian's quality is disgraceful, he's still a quality goalkeeper and a professional. Just not better than Alison, and he's injured.

  6. Man PSG seem always have stuff going against them! I have never seen a team which always have the negatives going against them, now they have to play in a empty stadium w/ no fan support and Dortmund chumping at the bits.

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